The 1980s was the year when the Internet first exploded, the year that computer games first got the attention of kids who were not yet born, and the year video games were the hottest thing on the planet.
The Internet has had an outsized impact on our lives, and today we’ve had an equally outsized influence on our entertainment.
And when it comes to video games, there’s one genre that’s been a real boon to our lives.
The 1990s and ’90 and beyond saw a surge in video game popularity, with the rise of consoles and the rise in the number of players.
In fact, the 1990s saw the fastest increase in gaming in the past century, according to Nielsen, with games gaining more and more popularity as the years passed.
In 1990, the average player of an Atari 2600 video game was playing for six hours a day, according the Wall Street Journal.
That number rose to over seven hours a week in the following years.
By 1999, the game was used in roughly two-thirds of all U.S. homes.
The rise in popularity of video games was aided by the emergence of new genres.
By the mid-’80s, the biggest players were “hardcore” video games such as “Grand Theft Auto,” “Mortal Kombat,” “Street Fighter,” “Crazy Taxi,” “Worms,” “Puyo Puyo” and “Dynasty Warriors.”
These games, however, were also popular with kids, as they featured action, humor, and a sense of humor.
For example, in the early ’90’s, “Futurama” was the fastest-selling animated series of all time.
The popularity of these genres has had a lasting impact on the industry, as these genres were the biggest hits of the ’90, ’00 and ’01, with video games earning more than $4.4 billion in the United States in 1990 alone.
This trend is continuing today, as the average annual revenue of video game games in the U.K. is $9.4 million, up almost 20% over last year.
While these trends have had an impact on gaming, it’s important to note that the growth of the industry has been fueled by more traditional forms of entertainment.
The popularity of the 1980s, for example, was fueled by video games like “Pee-wee’s Big Holiday,” which debuted in the ’80, and “Star Wars” which debuted almost a decade later.
Video games have been embraced by a whole new generation of gamers.
In the early 2000s, gamers became accustomed to being able to play online games with others of their same gender, age and race, and as more people got hooked on playing games online, they found ways to play on devices like the Xbox and PlayStation.
These consoles have become so popular that the industry’s annual revenue is now over $8 billion.
There’s also the fact that video games are becoming more accessible to children and teenagers.
This is particularly true of video gaming for young children.
Video game consoles and online services like Steam have given parents and caregivers access to a wide range of games for kids to enjoy.
The more time kids spend playing video games online with friends, the more their brains develop, and their brainpower is likely to grow.
In 2016, the Pew Research Center estimated that the average gamer in the US was 18 years old.
By 2020, the estimate is expected to be even higher.
With more parents and children being able, for the first time in a generation, to play video games together, it appears the future of gaming for kids is looking bright.